Thursday, 22 October 2009

Major IDP re-settlement programme started

Stay tuned folks, good news on the way, 1000s of IDPs are ready to be re-settled. U* yours EU/GSP+/Navi Pillai/Hilarious/NGO axis!

3 comments:

Deshal said...

Two worlds

This planet which we call Earth consists of two worlds. One is a world where the rich and the lucky live in. These countries have spotless human rights records. They not at all break the human rights of a single human being who deserves to have the human rights. The countries are well developed and civilized; any country who would look into the future would try to be on their side. This world primarily consists of countries such as United States, United Kingdom, Israel, Nordic countries and Western European countries. They all believe in God and non of the governments would dare violate any human rights in these countries.

On contrast, the other world consists of countries which violate human rights, which traffic narcotics, which are ruled by the dictators, which assist terrorism and which provides very poor living conditions to the citizens. The people suffer economic hardships, militaries in these countries would kill ruthlessly and they do not fear the almighty God. Countries such as Russia, China, Vietnam, Venezuela, Iran, Burma, North Korea, Brazil, India, Palestine, few other Latin American, eastern European and Asian countries would fall into this category. This is the uncivilized world and all hell breaks loose within these countries.

The civilized world always advice the uncivilized world as to how they should develop themselves but these brutes within this uncivilized territory are not willing to listen. This is the light that we have to view United States’ statement made to Sri Lanka, stating that Sri Lanka should investigate its human rights record. In Sri Lanka, naturally human rights violations would happen as the people who live here are still in tribal state. Ancient civilizations and the order we claim to have are all myths in the eyes of the civilized world. They actually did not exist. Thus, we should listen to the United States of America and punish those who violated the human rights (every human being has the right to live and killing any human being is treated as human rights violation).
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Deshal said...

Sri Lankans really violated human rights. Every terrorist has the right and the will to live. Taking their lives away is violation of human rights of the terrorist. The responsibility of the government is to approach the terrorist with caution, take him into custody, proceed with legal system and rehabilitate him if proven guilty. No, we cannot kill a terrorist as this would amount to violating human rights. But can a terrorist kill? Naturally, it is their job. The international community consist of all the civilized nation will never hold a terrorist group responsible for killings. But an elected government has the responsibility to act responsibly and not violate human rights irrespective of whatever the cost would be to the whole nation and the world at large.

LTTE has the right to develop weapons, form governments, genocide and all that because they are terrorists. But the government as a responsible and democratic entity would have to ensure LTTE does all these things in a legal way and if they do things in a wrong way, to arrest, prosecute and punish. If that very practical approach would have been taken, all LTTE youth would be living (while the whole army would have been dead – but that is non of our concern). That would have eliminated the pressure from the international community on us and we would have been certified to be a civilized country (or two for that matter).

Now that we have gone and done the grave mistake violating the human rights of the LTTE, we need to investigate and punish ruthlessly to those who violated such rights. We have praised them as heroes who bravely fought for their motherland. They gave their lives to liberate their land from the terror maniacs. Now, come to think of it in the American light, they have just violated the human rights. We must correct these now. We must let all those who stay in the welfare villages go to their native lands. Landmines might be there but there is no place like home. They can use landmines to hunt wild boar and bring meet home. Few kids might die due to explosive devices hidden and the booby traps. Those are bearable as all the internally displaced people get their right to go to wilderness with no means of making a living. After all, it is just right for them to have their right to suffer; they are just Tamils and not American.
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Deshal said...

When America or its coalitions of civilized nations walks into another man’s land, they make sure they spread human rights. Those who are born out of the civilized world were created by the almightily God there for one thing; suffer. Now if Sri Lanka would end terrorism and develop, this is not done. Thus, the rights of Sri Lankans to suffer would have to be protected, according to the USA. In Iraq, in Afghanistan and in any other country in which has invaded, they would make sure that the people will enjoy the right to suffer and the US expects Sri Lankan government to do the same. US drones bomb civilian houses in Pakistan, US has killed more than half a million of Iraqi civilians, destroyed their infrastructure and facilities etc because they wanted to ensure the human rights of these people. Israel has been doing the same to Palestinians from the inception of the Jewish state.

Thus, it is a must; I repeat, it is a must that SL investigates those who attempts to end the right for Sri Lankans to suffer. We must take them to the courts and punish them. Thus, we ourselves can one day be a pooch of the civilized world and live on their leftovers. If we would try to raise our heads like lions, we would definitely become a part of the uncivilized world. It is up to us to choose our path.